Your screen is to small to play this free online game.
Be one of the bravest people in the city and join the firefighters. You will have to drive very fast across town, watching your time and making sure you do not crash. When you reach a building on fire you will have to put it out before it takes over. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy to clean up after yourself or others, and do you also like to play free online flash games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Firefighters Rush browser game right now. Am I right? ;)
Use the arrow keys to play this game. Click X for a turbo boost. At the destination, use your mouse to direct the water cannon at the fire, so you can put it out.
According to WikiPedia as of 2014, there were 1,134,400 firefighters in the United States (not including firefighters who work for the state or federal governments or in private fire departments). Of these, 346,150 (31%) are career and 788,250 (69%) are volunteer. These firefighters operate out of 27,198 fire departments. Like U.S. police departments, U.S. fire departments are usually structured in a paramilitary manner. Firefighters are sworn, uniformed members of their departments. Rank-and-file firefighters are equivalent to enlisted personnel; supervisory firefighters are command officers with ranks such as lieutenant, captain, battalion chief, deputy chief and chief.
The goals of firefighting are in order of priority: personal safety, saving victims' lives, saving property, and protecting the environment. As such, the skills required for safe operations are regularly practiced during training evaluations throughout a firefighter's career. In the United States, the preeminent fire training and standards organization is the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Often initial firefighting skills are taught during a local, regional, or state approved fire academy.